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Kushner firm’s $285 million Deutsche Bank loan came just before Election Day ()
Trump’s senior adviser says he will recuse himself from matters involving the lender, which has paid billions to settle U.S. and New York state charges.
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How Congress tweets, visualized ()
A collection of the images tweeted by Congress over the last 24 hours.
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Supreme Court allows limited version of Trump’s travel ban to take effect, will consider case in fall ()
The action means that the administration may impose temporary bans on travelers from six majority-Muslim countries and on all refugees, with exceptions noted by the court.
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'Fox and Friends' let Kellyanne Conway skate on her Medicaid claims. But let's not. ()
Why Conway and others claim that the Senate bill won't cut Medicaid.
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Yes, there's a real chance Senate Republicans fail to pass a health-care bill ()
Opposition — much of it irreconcilable — is growing by the day.
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Kellyanne Conway and the GOP are peddling alternative facts on their health-care bill ()
Kellyanne Conway and the Republicans aren't selling a conservative approach to health care; they're pretending it doesn't cut anything.
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The impossibility of Sean Spicer's job, in one word: 'mean' ()
In an instant, President Trump undid two weeks of messaging discipline by his White House press secretary.
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Supreme Court sides with religious institutions in a major church-state decision ()
In a case involving a Missouri church, the court ruled that religious institutions may not be excluded from state programs with a secular intent.
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Supreme Court declines to review California concealed-weapon law ()
The measure allows sheriffs to impose restrictions on concealed-carry permits.
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Supreme Court to take case on baker who refused to sell wedding cake to gay couple ()
Lower courts had ruled that the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop, who cited his religious beliefs, had violated the state’s public accommodations law.
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The Energy 202: How low can the Trump administration make staffing levels go? ()
Members of President Trump’s Cabinet in charge of energy and environmental policy have begun sharpening their knives as they prepare to cut head counts at the agencies they oversee.
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The Health 202: The Senate health-care bill is suffering from crippling unpopularity, too ()
Today, we’re waiting for an official estimate from the Congressional Budget Office of how many people would be covered under the Senate bill.
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The Finance 202: Democrats are more divided than ever over Wall Street regulations ()
To understand where the debate over financial regulation stands today, it helps to rewind the clock.
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Field of Democrats competing to challenge Rep. Comstock grows by two ()
Seven candidates (and counting) think they can unseat the two-term GOP congresswoman
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The Daily 202: Trump signals to his base that he is a man of action ()
President is better at optics than he gets credit for.
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The Daily 202: Pragmatic Koch network treads carefully around Trump, plays inside game to advance agenda ()
Inside Colorado strategy session, concern about 2018 midterms and a closing legislative window.
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Greater savings options for feds draw praise, while move to cut their retirement looms ()

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Is democracy on the decline? Not as much as some pundits want you to believe. ()
The world is more democratic today than before the Cold War ended. Here's the data.
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Trump likely to break many of his health-care promises — no matter what happens ()
GOP legislation falls well short of the president’s pledge of affordable “insurance for everybody,” experts say.
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President Trump's claim that MS-13 gang members are being deported 'by the thousands' ()
Trump is indeed ramping up enforcement actions against MS-13, but deportations so far this year are in the hundreds, not the thousands.
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Trump, Conway say Obama failed to act on Russian meddling ()
President Trump and Kellyanne Conway, counselor to the president, said in interviews broadcast June 25 that President Barack Obama failed in his response to Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
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13 reactions to the Senate GOP health-care bill ()
President Trump and senators from both parties on June 25 commented on a bill released June 22 by the Senate Republican leadership to overhaul the U.S. health-care system.
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Democrats field a glut of House candidates in 2018 but remain divided on how to win ()
Neither liberal activists nor establishment centrists can say they’ve proved how to take the House majority.
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White House blames Obama for failing to stop Russia collusion ()
"They did absolutely nothing,” Kellyanne Conway said of the previous administration.
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